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Profile: Sally Rocker, J.C. Flowers & Co.

Profile: Sally Rocker, J.C. Flowers & Co.

Sally Rocker is an educated female in the financial services industry. Rocker’s path to the financial services industry is a storied one. She was never content, looking to advance her education degree after degree. Rocker got her education started at Brown University, an Ivy League school located in Providence, Rhode […]

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New website bolsters financial aid protests

A website went live Monday morning that calls for the total elimination of the student effort portion of financial aid — the latest push in a yearslong battle between students and the administration to level the playing field for low-income students at Yale. The website, financialaidatyale.org, was created by undergraduate […]

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Students demand private prison divestment

A fledgling group of Yale undergraduates is demanding that the University divest from for-profit prisons — the latest attempt by students to use the endowment as a tool for social justice. Founded last semester, Yale Students for Prison Divestment — a branch of the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project — wrote […]

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Power outage strikes campus

Yale’s central campus was hit with a power outage on Monday morning, shutting off lights and Internet access in academic and residential buildings for almost an hour. The outage began around 10:25 a.m. and affected campus buildings from Timothy Dwight College to Sterling Memorial Library. Buildings on Science Hill, including […]

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